RAND NSRD Annual Report 2010-2011
The RAND National Security Research Division (NSRD) addresses a wide variety of issues at the top of the national and international security policy agenda. This annual report offers a general survey of NSRD work from the spring of 2010 through the winter of 2011, including research on effective counterinsurgency practices, building a more resilient Haitian state, alternative fuels for the military, sexual orientation and the military, and local defense in Afghanistan.
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- Pages: 82
- Document Number: AR-7162-OSD
- Year: 2011
- Series: Annual Reports
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